Doodle Animation [Copia]

Doodle Animation [Copia]

Published on 20 February 2022
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Transcript
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Frankenstein
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By Mary Shelley 
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By: Aitana Jama and Carla Jiménez  Lidia García  3 ESO B 
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1- When and where was Mary Shelley born? How did she died?
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She was born in 1797 August 30th, in the United Kingdom. She died of a cerebral tumor.
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2- Where did she grow up (if different than birth place)?
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She grew up in Somers Town, Londres.
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3- Find a picture of Mary Shelley…..look at it ….cute, homely, ugly???? Describe the picture.
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In my opinion I imagined her differently, that is, thinner and more beautiful. I see her a little ugly because her face is small with respect to her body, her forehead is large as well as her eyes, and her lips and nose are small. Apart from that, her shoulders are very big and she has a lot of chest.
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4- List FIVE other important dates in her life, write a brief explanation next to each about why they were important.
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She was the companion and, later, the second wife of the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, a union that lasted 8 years, until his death in 1822. The introduction to an 1831 edition of Frankenstein, the publication of Frankenstein in 1818, the summer of 1816 and Mary Shelley poem in 1832.
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5- Who were Mary’s parents?
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William Godwin: his father was a philosopher and politician. Mary Wollstonecraft: her mother was a philosopher and feminist pioneer. Her mother wrote several but this one of them was “Vindication of women's rights”.
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6. Who was Mary Shelley’s husband?
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Percy Bysshe Shelley was an English romantic writer, essayist, and poet. Among his most famous works are Ozymandias, Ode to the West Wind, To a Skylark, and The Mask of Anarchy.
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7.How many children did she have? How many survived infancy? Also, did her husband die before or after the publication of the novel?
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She had five children. The first, a girl, died shortly after birth. The other three babies arrived in this world already lifeless and their son Percy was the only one who survived. Her husband died after the publication of the novel, 2 years after the publication.
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8.What inspired her to write Frankenstein?
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To create Dr. Victor Frankenstein, the English writer Mary Shelley was inspired by a Scottish doctor who performed experiments with electric shocks on animals.
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9.What else has she written?
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She wrote: Valperga (1823), The Last Man (1826), Perkin Warbeck (1830), Lodore (1835), and Falkner (1837).
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10.Where did she live as an adult?
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She lived in Londres.
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11.What is the likely cause of Mary Shelley’s nervous breakdown?
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The pain, the loneliness and the feeling of loss, suffered the death of three children added to his own orphanhood, go through all his works. A spirit that he embodied when he was only 18 years old in 'Frankenstein'.
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12.When was Frankenstein published?
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In the year 1818.
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13.How did the story of Frankenstein come about? Give the brief story of how Mary created it.
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Is a fictional character who first appeared in Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein or the modern Prometheus. It is about a being created from different parts of corpses, which is given life by Victor Frankenstein during an experiment.
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14.How did critics review the novel when it was first published?
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Frankenstein received mixed reviews when it was first published: some of the reviews were concerned by its dedication to a well-known radical writer, Mary Shelley's father William Godwin. Some reviews were concerned by the fact that it bore many of the features of the extremely popular literary genre of Gothic fiction.
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15. Define Romanticism. Who were some major Romantic artists?
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Today the word ‘romantic’ evokes images of love and sentimentality, but the term ‘Romanticism’ has a much wider meaning. It covers a range of developments in art, literature, music and philosophy, spanning the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The ‘Romantics’ would not have used the term themselves: the label was applied retrospectively, from around the middle of the 19th century.
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16.What is Gothic Fiction/Literature?
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The characteristics of this genre go first of all through a romantic setting: gloomy landscapes, gloomy forests, medieval ruins and castles with their respective basements, crypts and passageways well populated with ghosts, night noises, chains, skeletons, demons.
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17.What is Frankenstein’s subtitle?
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The book's subtitle is "The Modern Prometheus," a reference to Classical myth about a Titan named (surprise!) Prometheus.
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18.Who is the first narrator in the book?
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The first narrator is Robert Walton.
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19. Define and explain the following terms:
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- Somnambulism: Sleepwalking — also known as somnambulism — involves getting up and walking around while in a state of sleep. More common in children than adults, sleepwalking is usually outgrown by the teen years. - Revenant: Denoting “one that returns after death or a long absence, ” revenant is a borrowing from French that was originally formed from the present participle of the verb revenir ("to return"). - Necromancy: Of the spirits of the dead for purposes of magically revealing the future or influencing the course of events The novel centers on the practice of necromancy and its influence on the world of the living - Exorcism: Exorcism is the religious or spiritual practice performed against an evil force, using various methods whose purpose is to expel, remove or separate said entity from the person, object or area that is possessed by the evil entity who submits and controls the possessed.
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Thank You